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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 May 1921

TUB PAIXAS KXI'RKSS IUMjAS. TEXAS. BATTRIMY. MAY 7 1021. PAGE HVE SOME TEXAS i TOWNS Cameron May 5. We are still hav- ing winter w outlier and frequent rains. PaBtor 11. . Mttleton oi Lights Chapel was at his bent Sun- day. Quite un appreciative audience listened to his sermon on "Clu'istiun Strength and Temptation.'' Mrs. Hughes the esteemed wile of Rev. : Hughes ol bethel A. M. K. Church I was homo Sunday. Rev. J. M. Norris and wire Mrs. Mary Stephens anil Cleranee Williams motored to Yar- relton to a l.ig rally Sunday; reports aro splendid for Ibis young church. UeV. J- 11. ( blliis of lh. M. .1-1 Church held splendid services Sun- nicely lilted ami sanitary condiions. day. We are always ulad to have i Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thomas of Dallas him in our town. Mrs. Delia C.uyjare stopping at the Klias hotel is back from Palestine alter attend- Tressey is in the city. Mr. Kdward Ing the funeral of her niece. The Carroll and Miss Magg'ie Denman reception conducted by Mrs. Guy was were ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 May 1921

V A six THK DALLAS KXI'RESS BAU-.AS TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 7 1021. ye U r r a in. r"-jjlffJ'""ii BLACK PANTHERS SWAMPS GIANTS WIIITAKER'S GOLJATHS ARE SLAYED BY CARRYNTON'S KITTENS. TANK STUART USES THE LIME VAT ON VISITORS. THE CATS SPHERED THE HIDE FOR FOURTEEN SAFE PUNCHES MONDAY AND THE GIANTS' TUMBLED DOWN AGAIN. GIANTS PANTHKK GAMK8. Worth Black Panther defeated the Worths Black Panthers defeated the strong Dallas Black Giants base ball club here Sunday afternoon 4 to 0. Tank Stuart hurling for Fort Worth had the marines at his -mercy throughout. Big Fred Daniels of the visitors was hurt In the elghtth round and had to retire Bell finish- ed the game. The Panthers copped the second straight game of the series Monday afternoon iu io 2. Although the Giants got to Johnny Harris for nine" safe blows. Harris was In- vincible In the pinches and had lit- tle trouble In keeping the visitors hits well scattered. The Giants scored in the first In- ning on three hits in succession and again...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 May 1921

TUB DALLAS EXVRKSS DALLAS TKXAS. SATURDAY MAY 7 1021. PAGR SEVEN. - 1 Ballas .1. ALU A AUSTIN Dallas was in the grip of a heavy wind rain and hail storm Sunday afternoon and night. Electric lights went out several automobile wrecks a man killed and his wife severely injured were the result of storm's visit. Mrs. S. Miller of Hot Springs i arrived in Dallas last Saturday to Join her husband who has been here several months. They are residing with Mrs. Ella McKenzie. 2309 Al- len street. Mrs. P. Ware after spending sev- eral months in Detroit has returned to Dallas to the delight of her friends. Mrs. W. P. Wallick and little daughter Ruth returned last week from a visit to Pittsburg where they have been visiting the sick bedside of Mrs. Wallace's father. He was improving when she departed. The Dallas Express and the home Is complete. Mrs. Ozlas Wesley of 713 Hor- ton is visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. W. McDade at San Antonio this week. Mrs. I. C. Walker and daughter. Miss Marguerite Collin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 7 May 1921

. - "-fcAt. tr JH'" TT a--.w. M.a.-anvw. ml.eum.' - : .. - . ' ;l ..'-.' .-vl t l V S I' '. J. I ; j 41 '.....'' Mla .MMUlHM llM-' THK PA I LAS EXI'KKSS PAIXAS. TKXAS. SATIRDAY MAY 7 1021. i i i 4 I II if !i mVET BROWN PREPARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re- sult of years of experiment and study by me. I The fact tbat I 'am a graduate in M d 1 e i n and LHsntistrr Is a U 4 " ; GUARANTEE yfy JT' 1 tbat the best . f If' J drugs properly I r J combined are I sued in my pt"p- V i n t aratlons. In less than a year on the mar- ket these goods have followed this iJxpress ad Into thousands of homes and made good. TUB CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem- ish bolds any powdor perfectly all day and keeps the skin soft and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm- ful preparation renponds readily to my UltOWKR. The PRKHHINU Olu Klve a fine k)o and 1( nearly smokeless. van these preparation and you will catoh thla amlle. Velrct Itrown Faoe Oeam 11.10 Velvet itrown Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 May 1921

If j r good;viii libruk .VU3II3 f"ll ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by W. E. King VOL. XX VII I NO. 32. MEMORIAL PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS TELLS OF AMERICAN ATROCITIES CLAIMS 10000 DIED 111 AMERI- CAN PRISONS ASK IMMEDIATE RELIEF AND REPARATION. WH-.-hinton May 1 '2. Charging a lung .MtM'if-H of atrocities by Amori- can marines and the native tfi-ndar-hiwir in Haiti and demanding the. withdrawal of l!u: I'liilrd Statca mili- tary im-ees from Unit Kepublie three Haitian delegates urc in Washington t pr sent a iii'-nii'iiai to l'reMdent Harding the Statu n paitni'iil and ( 'oiimes. The memorial reviews the five years of military occupation of 1 Inill and ili'clui'i-s that iL is "the most twri- hh' regime of military autocracy which lias ecr been curried on in the name of t h" nn-at American democracy." The naval Investigation of Congress in the Kepublie. ordered by Secretary uniels last year und conducted by a board under Hear Admiral Mayo is. characterize...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 May 1921

' . 1 . PAGE TWO. THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 14 1021. f-1 N 1 n WORLD'S RICHEST LlVt j IN UALLAa. Becomes Heir to Millions In a Single Day By Decision of Supreme Court. Miss Taylor is Lone Heir to a Hundred Acre Tract in Homer La. on Which There Are 8 or 10 of the Great- est OH Producing Wells in The Louisiana Oil Fields. Her Property Values are Estimated at $20000000. The Dallas Express Representative Was the First to Interview the New Financial Queen Who Plans Leav ing Dallas When Her Business is Cleared up. It wag on Wednesday of last week a Dallas Express representative called ai nut outn mil avenue. It waa a beautiful afternoon the earth had donned her beautiful coat or verdue. the sun touched trees and flowers with millions of tiny rays. poke welcome In language f flowers a welcome we can never rorget. Amid this scene of vegetation Is the humble home of Rev. Melntyre a comfortable and happy ablder. On the porch of this home sat a reporter or me lianas expres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 May 1921

THE DALLAS KXl'RESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 14 1921. PAGE THRKB FIGURING ONE'S INCOME TAX Directions That May or May Not Bo Helpful in Making Out a Cor- rect Return. In the direction of helpfulness the Winstcnil Saturday Night suggests Uiut if your income Is !fJ4tM) u yenr and you have u iliiiiiiiuid ri 1 1 n unci an atitoinoliile and lire imirried to a hi n- nette twenty-six years old you take the amount of your income add your personal property subtract your street number multiply by your height adil your wile's height and divide Uy your telephone number. Vou will then carry your minus sep- arated from your plus to schedule CI on the tenth line of which you will subtract the multiple which you put on line X schedule K entering In col- umn A. If you have u child In the family subtract !?-H) from your Income add the amount of your personal property multiply by your waist measure sub- tract the size of your collar add the child's age multiply by the amount you lima given the church...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 May 1921

''V' j ..1. . PAC.H FOUR THE DALLAS EXPRESS. MtKBEH FIRST IM navies IVltMBER NATIONAL NEGF.O PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mnrnln. In the year at 2i.U0 ijwlsa Avenue bv THE DALLAS KXI'KKttM ITIU.IMII.VU OOMI'AIW. (Incorporated) Pallas. Texan. Hew York Ofller Krone and Kroal 12 N. 2Mb reet. Chirnuo Oilier Frost and Front Hoy- re liMlldins. Atlantn Olllee. r'ro aad Froat Can- dler IIiiIIiIImk. Naahvllle offlee Front and Front In- dependent Life lliillillnu. sctscrlttioss ix adyasce. One Year .........3.00 Blx Months . 1.60 Three Months 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTICK TO TUB I'l III.IC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character. Handing .r reputation ol any person linn or corporation which May appear In the columns of Tna Dallas Exprcsn will - be gladly cor- rected upoy Ito being brought to the attention of the publisher. Kntnred at Post Office at Pallas Texan an second-clas matter undei Act n' Oonrress. March 187D. IMPOIITAKT. No nubcriptions mailed for a period lean than ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 May 1921

wftoi. y i iiw.im '.'V' ii ii i "r mi i r n ""'"'ur THK DAIXAS KXI'KKSS. DALLAS TKXAs. SATl'KDAY. MAY 14. 1021. PAGE FIVB I SOME I TEXAS I TOWNS tilt . . . i I olMcium May lli.-Tlie program at l-'irst Independent ltantist Church was a success. A large croud was in attendance. Sixth Avenue Church is erecting a six room parsonage. For smiles sec Kev. and .M is. Waters. Mrs. .Nannie Thompson was married L'Mh ult. Slie ami her Letter hall are residing in Houston. .Mrs. Dr. I 'avis is siting her sister Mrs. I-:. li. Loekelt in Iannis. Now is "The Winter of Discontentment" for the Doctor.' With regret we report th' death of .Mrs. Umra .M. Fostir who died Sth ult. Teachers ami students of Fred Douglas are preparing lor the C'omniencemeut. The High .School and the t'liuinnicr department will render a Drama during t lit; closing June lird. Cue ol' the greatest duties of Citizenship ii child Hearing. Kvery citizen should attend the Pa- rent Teachers meetings. Dr. Wil- liams has dispensed with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 May 1921

PACK SIX of the High Schools entered in the Penn Relay Races Howard University was the only entrant to w'.n. BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS (iOVKRN'MKXT KII..U SHOWS EX- 'JKNSIOX WOKK AMO-Vti JSE-liKOES. Kvans & Hlneg. (May 9) Beaumont o At Oalveslon Hal teries Irving Massalo & hlms. F1UUKAI I'AI UOX AiK IN t.KOKt-l A IS TO UK IIM'I:VSH 1IIKOK.II AT'L t 0lIITTr.l.M.. Edited by J. ALBA AUSTIN QMS GRAB TWO OUT OF THREE FROM PANTHERS. Flingers Daniels and Waters Are Heroes in Battles. Walls of Visitors Inner Defense Cracks When the Mighty Giant Swatters Continued a Terrific Twirlers. Bombardment On Visiting Revenge wan sweet to the Giants here last week when they grabbed two In a row from Duke Carrlng- ton'a Black Panthers at marine field. A series of three games were played commencing Friday and concluding with Sunday's game. The Paul Intra licked the Giants In the opener by a score of 6 to 2. South Paw Fuller of the Pan- ther fold was hit hard and timely in round' seven and his c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 May 1921

THK DUX AS KXI'HKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 14 1921. PAGE SEVElf. i H z. mm wffyfwrw wm wwm . "7TJTJ: yj inm iwwciiifi.w AN M" AIi RKPOKT OF (OLOHF.II BRANC II V. M. C. A. From April SO 1020 to April ltd. 11121. We have completed tlie course of another twelve months and our work becomes a bit or history. Whatever victories and failures have come In our pathway shall be used us an advantage to future plans. No or- ganization In its infancy eseat.es difficulties and hardships. This his been no less true of this year's work. Yet the paralyzing memories ol tlie year will serve as "pep" and "glir-ver" in building a stronger organi '.I't'ioi to cotribute more worthily A 'he welfare of Colored men and boys Hence we submit our yearly report as follows: Summary if Tear's Work. General Interviews 3284 Religious Interviews.: 2718 Phone calls 2248 Personal calls 17B2 Socials !) attendance 450 Hoys vls'iting rooms 2410 Committee meetings G!l attend- ance ! "14 Schools visited 34 S. S. and Chur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 14 May 1921

TV . J 1 THK 1).MS KXI'RKSS PAU.AS TKXAS SATURDAY MAY 14 1921. . rf I i . - VELVET BROWN PREPAR- ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re- cult of years of experiment and tudy by me. The fact that I m a graduate in Medicine and Dentistry is a O DARANTEE that the best drugs properly combined are sued in my prep arations. in less than a year on the mar- ket Uipho goods have followed this Express ad into thousands of homes and made good. THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removeB every blem- ish holds any powder perfectly 8-11 day and keeps tho nkln soft and tender as a spring violet. Unir ruined by nature or harm- ful preparation rHpn'ln readily to my GKOWKIt. The I'JtKHHlNO OIL Klvra a fine glon and la nearly iwiokeleHK ;HE these preparations and you will catch thin Mnlle. Velvet Hrown Knee (Team 11.10 Velvet llronn llnlr Grower .52 Velvet Itrown lriHNlnir OH .'-' Velvet Brown Temple (ironer .'.'(I Agents wanted. Liberal cnmn.l.s- rton. Information given and or- ders filled by DR. FRANK J. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 May 1921

DIMITY 0? SfiJUS ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISTINCTIVE IN SERVICE Founded by w. e. King The RepuMican Parly Is The Ship All Else Is The 8ca."Fred Douglas. per ankpm $8.00. vol" x x v 1 1 C x tJTnT. t 11 1 ;T)A i j ajTkx iiiF;ss i. 1 -lasTtk sTsa YC 1 1 day MxyHiTiT. much ten cents." PROF. M. M. RODGERS DIES ""- Sz-.ti kk .. if.ti &t PICKETS PROTESTING "BIRTH OF NA-! TION" ARE SEIZED BYN. Y. POLICE. Five Personsjhree of Them! MEETING AGAINST LYCHING Women Are Arrested For Protest Against Griffith's Birth of a Nation. Now York N. Y.. May 19. Five pickets three women representing the Association for the Advancement of Colored People In Fifth avenue wore arrested lust night when the police round them pniailing In front of the Capitol Thentre. Broadway at Fiftv- nisr street in protest iiKninHt the ex in im ion 01 i it there. Mm of a Nutio'H''"'::""'.V:.l'K!!''V "!"'.' c':'!!i1 The lnv. Which lins been evl.ll.lte.l of 'The liiiti. r n v.h .1... .. In 11 thil In' nluv which hns honn throughou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 May 1921

PAGE TWO. THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 21 1021 TEXAS LOOSES AN ILLUSTRIOUS SON STATE AND NATION MOURN THE LOSS. " HON. M. M. RODGERS NOTED LAYMAN POLITICIAN AND BUSINESS MAN IS DEAD. END CAME PEACEFULLY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT HOUSTON. A well Spent And Useful Life Has Been Gathered Unto Its Fathers. FUNERAL KITES WERK PERFORMED AT MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH. MINISTERS AND LAYMKN FROM ALL PARTS OF TUB STATE ATTENDED. REMAINS SHIPPED TO LA ft RANGE FOR BIT-RIAL. In the dsath of Honorable M. M. Rodgers Texas loose one of Its most brilliant sons a scholar diplo- mat and councellor. In his panning the state and na- tion mourn the loss. He was a na- tional figure of renown and was responsibly connected with several national organizations. Mr. Rodgers had been In ill health several years but his condition did j not show to an alarming proportion until Just recently. j He was advised several days ago to take a rest as the strain of busi- ness was pressing and unbearable to his he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 May 1921

THK DAIXAS FXPRKSS DA IX AS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 21 1921 PA OH THREE! MARTIN II. M ADORN DEFENDS HE- t.ltO THOOPg. Washington D. C May 16. Re- cently in the U. F. House of Repre- sentatives Honorable Mattln D. Mad- den of Illinois spoke with particular reference to certain statements which have been made derogatory to the services of Colored troops aboad. Mr. Aiaauen. through a sense of fair-play naivu inai i-urnun correspondence he ""Pceived from Dr. Kmmett J. Scott. Secretary-Treasurer. Howard University together with other letters and newspaper reports which clearly and definitely controverted the charges ...ouo aKiuuHi uoinren troops should be entered in the Congressional Record as offset to the proproganda wlilrh has been under way for some months to discredit not only the record of Colored American troops abroad but the record of French colonial troops in the occupied area as well. Dr. Scott assembled a formidable ar- ray of documents to controvert this German proproganda In Ame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 May 1921

li- ? . PAOH FOUR ! T . i' .5 1 1 THE DALLAS EXI'KIJmS. MIMBER FIRST IN U.3V1CS MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday mornin. In the yfur at 2100 Swiss Avenue bv THE DALLAS KXPItKSS 11 III.ISIIlNtJ COMPAXV. (Incorporated) Pallas Texan. Krw York onirr From and Froal IZ N. 2ttlk Street. Chlrnica Oilier. Kraal aad F ront lloy- r lluilillne. Atlantn Office Frt aad Front. C'na- tier lliiilllri. Nashville office Frost and Froat In Vprndrnt Mr llullillnic. 8U1JSCRITTI0SS IS ADVANCE. One Year $3.00 Blx Months 1.60 Three Months......... 1.00 Single Copy .10 NOTICK TO TIIK PIIII.IC. I Any' erroneous reflection upon this character Handing or reputation ol any person firm nr corporation Wh'ch may appear In the column of The ' Dallas ICxpreaa will be Kindly cor- rected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Entered at Post Office at Dallas Texas ai second-class mMter undet Act n Cnnarens. March 1873. IMPORTANT. No subcriptinns mailed for a period ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 May 1921

PAGE FIVB THK PALLAS KXTRKSS. PALLAS. TEXAS. KATt'HPAY. MAY 21. 1021. I SOME I TEXAS j TOWNS A. Huck-1-;. Calvin Thrre will itos of Urv. sermon. present. Terrell May 1!). Mrs. Masaic Jeff- erson Farrar Is still ill. The 1-ariies .Federated eluhs elected ollUt'is for the ensuing year viz: Mrs. A. Ii. Overstreet President; Mrs. C. S. Vesley Viee-pres'ideiit; Mrs. H. liilfrey Seeretarv: Mrs. elhy Treasurer; Mrs. M. Corresponding Secretary. lie in airon and necktie party nivcn liy tin; ladies of the St. l.uke C. M. I-:. Church on their lawn that has l.cen recently opened. We are haviim splendid weather for the cotton pick- ers excursion. Many nieiiiliers ol other churches worshipped with us Sunday and contrihuted to the cause of the rally wh'ich was a success. We are very grateful to them for their generosity. Much interest Is helnt; manifested in the Civic Im- provement League by the Colored of the city. It is hoped that there w'lll be a marked Improvement in the duties it might undert...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 May 1921

PAGE 8IX THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TKXAS SATURDAY. MAY 21. 1921. I P !sp'H4i'-3-TSi':rs 1 BASE BALL AND OTHER SPORTS Edited by J. ALBA AUSTIN arV ' f I ft ri HERS H TOP OF HEAP. GIANTS BATTLING FOR TAIL END OF PROCESSION. AT HOME GAMES MAY INSPIRE MORE PEP AND START THE BALL A ROLLING UPWARD. HOUSTON HERE SUN- DAY MONDAY AND TUEDAY. Houston Buffaloes are here for a three frame series Sunday. Monday and Tuesday May 22 23 and 24. In the coming of the Duffs it will give home bugs their first glimpse at the troublesome South Texaa Warriors who have showed much fipht in their recent scraps. The Giants although have had a disastrous road trip hope to re- gain the grounds they have lost on the trip. Everybody is pullln for the Giants to overcome their slump and Jet's get a few games on the won side of the column. lay over George Washlnson Univer- sity Calluudet College and a num- ber of other white colleges 'in her class. Each of these truck teams from these two Negro colleges brought buck...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 May 1921

THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 21 1921. PAGE SEVEN. Man's Inhumanity to man makes countless millions mourn. Dr. II. W. E. Bledsoe of Forney was in the city Friday shaking hands with friends. Mrs. Dave Wren of the Little Gem Drug store spent a day in Ft. Worth this week returning to the city Tuesday. I Mrs. P. A. Adams 2X03 Juliett street was among the Dallas Ex press suos connneu to doq last wf- Mrs. Pi. Lee Jones is now visit-i ing her friend in Douglas Ariz. her absence from the city is caus-l ing some unhappiness as the "Home Sickness Bluess" is a con stant and familiar tune "heard around the home since her depar- ture. Mr. W. O. Curtis. 1914 Allen left Saturday for Navasotu to at- tend to business. Read the Dallas Express it is yours. Prof. J. it. E. Lee eminent ed- ucator and principal of Kansas City High school spoke at Macedon- ia Baptist church Tuesday night. He was here under the auspices of the laymen's association of the church. Mr. Ed Turner an aged citizen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 21 May 1921

'l-lc... ..-'"J fCV"'-s It.' - v.. A 1 IV. THK PALLAS KXPRKSS. PALLAS TKXAS SATCItPAY MAY 21 1921. "OH BIGHT ! -J- M PS k ""Mi 'if ji I ! YEYET BROWN PREPAR- ARATIONS For SKIN and HAIR are the re- ult of years of experiment and tudy by me. The fact that I am a graduate In Medicine and Dentistry is a Q U All ANT EE that the best drugs properly combined are sud 4n my prep arations. In Ichs than a year on the mar- ket these goods have followed this Express ad into thousands of homos and made good. ' THE CREAM positively BLEACHES; removes every blem- ish holds any powder perfectly all day and keeps the skin sort and tender as a spring violet. Hair ruined by nature or harm- ful preparation rltonlM readily to my G HOW Kit. The I'ltESSINO OIK given a fine glofla and is Dearly amokelPNa. IJKK tlmHC preparations and you will catch this amlle. Velvet Hrown Km Cream $1.10 Velvet llronn Hair U rower J2 Velvet Hrown rrexxliiK Oil J2 Velvet Hrown Temple Grower .i!0 Agents wanted. Liberal comn.ls-...

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